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New ad campaign aims to encourage immunizations for young children in Gallatin County

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A startling statistic pegging Montana as the state with the lowest rate of immunizations for young children is the subject of a new public service ad campaign by local health groups set to roll out next month.

The campaign, "Dead Last," will debut in August and feature print ads, radio spots, billboards and movie theater previews. It is an effort by the Gallatin City-County Health Department, Community Health Partners and Bozeman Deaconess Clinic to encourage parents to get their kids immunized, said Matt Kelley, health department officer.

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